What we do

HELP of Door County provides services and programs throughout the Door County Peninsula to victims of domestic abuse. We work to improve the well-being and dignity of individuals, families, and intimate relationships. We do this by supporting and enhancing their strengths to reduce the incidence of violence and conflict within their relationships. HELP does not provide counseling but we are here to listen without judgment, support without blaming, and empower victims through advocacy and information. Due to the generosity of our community, all victim services are free and confidential.

Check out our You Tube Channel to find out more of what we do!  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV7_inuFeADk5T7w1Ix7oTw

We’ve also been on WBAY news recently. Watch the story here:  http://www.wbay.com/content/news/Domestic-abuse-program-provides-only-temporary-housing-in-Door-County–430925503.html



Domestic Abuse Services
HELP of Door County provides services and programs throughout Door County to victims of domestic...
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Older Adult Services
ELDER ABUSE IS EVERYONE'S PROBLEM What is elder abuse? Elder abuse is abuse in later life whic...
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Violence Intervention Services
Classes are provided for men or women who either enroll voluntarily or are court-ordered to work...
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Visitation and Exchange Program
Our VISITATION and EXCHANGE PROGRAM offers services to parents and children needing to visit or be...
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Youth and Family Services
Youth Advocacy – HELP has an advocate focused on providing emotional support and safety planning f
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Halloween Ball
September 24, 2019
Support HELP of Door County's work at our 3rd annual "unmasking Domestic Violence Halloween Ball on Saturday, October 26th at the Door County Fire Company from 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm. Tickets a...
Save the Date!
August 29, 2019
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
August 29, 2019
According to a CDC survey, 20 Americans experience intimate partner physical violence every minute. That totals around 10 million victims per year.​ Since 1989, National Domestic Violence

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